1. Alberta Health Care Aide Certificate. Health Care Aides [HCAs] are unregulated workforce that provide basic health   services and support with activities of daily living [ADL] for clients who have medical conditions or major functional limitations. HCAs work under the direct, indirect, or remote indirect supervision of a regulated health professional such as a nurse [RN, LPN], in various settings including home, assisted living facilities, long-term care, acute care hospitals, private agencies, and individual clients. 
  2. Medical Office Assistant/Unit Clerk/Medical Transcriptionist Diploma is a comprehensive three-in-one program designed to equip and train graduates in three distinct job functions. This holistic approach not only enhances the skills and versatility of our students but also significantly broadens their employment prospects, opening multiple opportunities in the healthcare industry. Medical Office Assistants [MOAs] handle various clerical tasks such as greeting and directing visitors, answering phones, scheduling appointments, and performing general office duties. They work in hospitals, medical and dental officers, and other sectors, with job opportunities including roles like medical or dental receptionist, office reception clerk, business receptionist, telephone service assistant. Unit Clerks [UCs] manage administrative tasks, including preparing correspondence, operating office equipment, and processing forms. They work across the public and private sectors, with job titles like administrative clerk, filing clerk, general office worker, office clerk, medical records clerk, ward clerk (hospital). Medical Transcriptionists [MTs] transcribe recorded dictation from various medical documents, proofread for errors, and edit transcripts. Job titles include transcriptionist or medical transcriptionist. 
  3. Physiotherapist Assistant/Rehabilitation Assistants are classified under NOC 3414.2. Physiotherapist Assistants administer physical therapy treatments to patients with the direction of a Physiotherapist and perform as assistant to Physiotherapist or other rehabilitation professionals. Work settings include hospitals, physiotherapy clinics, rehabilitation centers, long-term facilities, sports medicine clinics, community health care agencies, and other medical settings. 
  4. Massage Therapy Diploma [Year 1] and Advanced Massage Therapy Diploma [Year 2] Programs are comprehensive educational pathways designed to equip students with the knowledge and practical skills necessary to pursue a rewarding career in massage therapy. These programs integrate theoretical studies with hands-on training, covering anatomy, physiology, and various massage techniques. Students learn to assess client needs, develop personalized treatment plans, and apply therapeutic interventions. Throughout the program, students gain a deep understanding of human anatomy and physiology, enabling them to address musculoskeletal issues and promote overall wellness. Practical training includes hands-on massage practice, ensuring students develop proficiency in techniques such as Swedish massage, deep tissue massage, and other specialized modalities. Emphasis is placed on professional ethics, communication skills, and client interaction to prepare graduates for successful integration into the healthcare and wellness industry. The program often includes clinical practicum opportunities, allowing students to apply their skills in real-world settings under supervision. Upon completion of the Diploma Program, graduates are well-prepared to pursue licensure or certification, depending on regional requirements. They can embark on careers in various settings, including spas, wellness centers, rehabilitation clinics, or establish their own private practices. Overall, this program provides a comprehensive foundation for individuals aspiring to become skilled and compassionate massage therapists, contributing to the health and well-being of their clients. 
  5. The Developmental Service Worker Diploma Program is a dynamic and hands-on educational journey designed to prepare students for a fulfilling career in supporting individuals with developmental disabilities. This program combines theoretical knowledge with practical training, covering topics such as developmental psychology, behavior management, and intervention strategies. Students gain valuable insights into creating inclusive environments, fostering independence, and promoting the overall well-being of individuals with developmental challenges. With a focus on empathy and person-centered care, graduates are equipped to work in group homes, educational settings, and community agencies, making a positive impact on the lives of those they serve.
  6. The Addiction and Community Support Worker Diploma Program is a specialized course that addresses the growing demand for professionals in the field of addiction and mental health support. Students in this program learn about addiction theories, counseling techniques, and community resources to effectively assist individuals on their path to recovery. Practical training includes developing intervention and prevention strategies, understanding diverse populations, and collaborating with community services. Graduates of this program are prepared for roles in addiction treatment centers, community health organizations, and social service agencies, contributing to the well-being and recovery of individuals facing substance abuse challenges. 
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